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: this is another where anna visits her husband, mr. bates, in jail. >> so what have you got? >> what use could i have in here? >> to be honest i am not sure about my cell mate. >> ah. just remember what my mother used to say. never make an enemy. now, do you think you can get it before my next visit. >> i don't see what can come of it. >> probably nothing. and my next idea will probably lead to nothing and the next and the next. but one day, something will occur and we will follow it out and the cage will crumble. >> do you ever doubt? for just one minute? >> i wouldn't blame you. >> no. i don't doubt that there is something here. >> rose: lines, aren't they. >> yeah, i wish i had written them. >> rose: the lines are -- it is a notion of i assume you are an actor and some playwright or some script writer gives academy lines and you want to go and give them a big hug. >> yes. >> thank you for the humor as well. >> i am just saying it is brilliant they put so much humor into this. >> rose: okay. i am going to skip here. this is a clip of dan stevens here talking about his view of the success of
into your soul as it were. with dickens you have to hang to mrs. gamp if you're going to play her, as i have done. it's a very exhilarating experience but you need to be in very good shape to do it. >> charlie: robert, you have written that dickens is still becoming dickens. what did you mean? >> well i mean is that the shape of dickens in our minds, the way we understand dickens is always changing. i said earlier that sometimes he used a page like a distorting mirror. but he's also like a distorting mirror that we hold off to our own concerns. so at the moment, for instance, riots in london, we think about bankers, little doris. we think about riches being bestowed on people who don't deserve them. that of course is great ex-peck tastes. where have we looked for contemporary parallels and echos? we find them in dickens. >> charlie: you quote in the epi gram of "becoming dickens" there's a line from oscar wild which says one's real life is so often the life that one does not lead. why did you choose that? >> because dickens realized early on that he was going to have to choose some part in l
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